John Allen - Estate
Contributed by Carolyne Puskas
Received, 12 November 1836, of Joel Rowley Administrator (de bonis non) of John Allen deceased Three hundred and eighty one dollars and fifty six cents in part of my distribution of said estate, including the sum of one hundred and sixty two dollars and fifty cents ordered by the Circuit Court of Pike county to be paid to each distributee on the 18th of August last.
Present M. J. Noyes
Burrell B. Adams Attorney in fact.
John E Allen (signature)
Recvd of Joel Rowley, Sixty Seven 16/100 Dollars by Joel Campbell, amt. due on act. of a note holder an Joel Cambell it being my quota Oct 14th 1833
Burrell B., X (his mark) Adams
Recvd of Joel Rowley, admin of John Allen Dec'd, one hundred eighty one dollars thirty one cents part of my Distribution share in said Estate this 13th, _____ 1836
John E Allen (signature)
Executed the within writ by sending the same to the within named Joel Rowly, on the 2nd day of May 1836. Mosses Kelly Sheriff by his Deputy W Jones
Citation vs. Joel Rowley, Pike County Court, May Term 1836
Sheriffs fee $00.50
State of Missouri COUNTY OF PIKE, } ss:
To the sheriff of the county of Pike:
YOU are hereby commanded to notify Joel Rowley, Administrator de bonis non, of the Estate of John Allen late of said county deceased, that he be and appear before the county court, at the next term thereof, to be held at the town of Bowling Green, within and for the county of Pike, on the first Monday of May next, then and there to exhibit his accounts for settlement as aforesaid and to shew cause why an attachment should not issue against him for not exhibiting his accounts according to law; and have you then and there this writ.
WITNESS, M J. Noyes Clerk, of our said court at office this 21st day of April 1836.
M.J. Noyes, Clerk.
Bowling Green, May 2nd 1837, this day received of Joel Rowley administrator of the estate of John Allen deceased twenty one dollars ninety nine cents in full of the last distributive share of my wife Harriet Adams one of the heirs of said estate .
Witness my hand date above Burrell B X (his mark) Adams
Bowling Green May 2nd 1837 this day received of Joel Rowley 222 dollars fifteen cents in full of the balance of my distributive share of my Father John Allens estate as witness my hand this date above John E Allen (signature)
Bowlin Green My 2nd 1837 this received of Joel Rowley administrator of the estate of John Allen deceased twenty one dollars and fifteen cents in full of my last distributive share of my father John Allens estate as witness my hand date above
John E Allen attorney in fact for Julia Robinson
John Allen's Estate Inventory
Filed 22d Jan 1831 --- M.J. Noyes, Clerk
One note under seal signed by Betty Parry and William N Allen dated 29th June 1829 for ninety eight dollars in silver, payable on or before the 25th day of July then next.
One note under seal signed by Phineas Black & Mosses Kelly - dated March 6th 1827 for three hundred dollars payable twelve months after date, with six per cent interest from date.
One Receipt signed by Phineas Black for a draft on the U. States Branch Bank at St. Louis for seventy two dollars. Rect. dated October 25th 1830.
One note, under seal Signed by Wm H. Robinson dated 13th January 1830 for thirty dollars payable twelve months after date.
One note signed by Joel Rowley dated 26th May 1821 for twenty five dollars payable on demand.